October 29, 2013

NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TEXAS (KETK) — Two Nacogdoches County game wardens were checking bowhunters prior to rifle deer hunting season when they noticed heavy traffic going through a gate. The wardens entered the property and contacted an individual cooking deer meat in a camp over an open fire.

After the wardens located a skinning rack with deer hair, fresh blood, and a backstrap of a deer in a plastic bag, they investigated the camp further and found a hidden deer head from a buck with a five to six-inch spread.

Citations were issued and a case is currently pending against the individuals.

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